FBI conducts raid at home in Sterling

The FBI conducted a raid at a home in a Northern Virginia neighborhood on Friday.

Aerial footage from SkyFox showed police activity taking place at a residence in the 46900 block of Courtyard Square in Sterling.

"At this time we can only confirm that there is court-authorized law enforcement activity in Sterling, Virginia," an FBI spokesperson said in a statement.

No further information was given by authorities.

According to a resident, the police activity at the home first started Friday morning. FOX 5's Cori Coffin reports that FBI agents along with members of the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office and Virginia State Police were going in and out of the home. Multiple boxes were seen piling up inside the home and several law enforcement members were seen bringing items and boxes from the home. There was also a mobile unit stationed in the area with FBI agents inside.

Neighbors told FOX 5 that they believe the man who lives in the home moved in at the end of summer. They said he was cordial and received many Amazon packages.